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Trusts & Estates, Wills, Trusts & Estates | 20th September 2021

Leaving gifts to charity in your will

The International Day of Charity takes place annually in September, but did you know that one of the best ways to support a charity is...

Jordan Page

Senior Solicitor, Trusts & Estates
Family | 14th September 2021

Do grandparents have a right to contact with their grandchildren?

When a couple makes the decision to divorce, the breakdown of the relationship can have far-reaching consequences. Unfortunately, grandparents of any children of the relationship...

Vanessa McMurtrie

Partner, Family
Dispute Resolution, Employment | 6th September 2021

Hope for holidaymakers when things go wrong

The dream of a tropical paradise became a nightmare, and a long-running legal battle, for one holidaymaker after she was subjected to a violent assault...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Commercial & Corporate | 2nd September 2021

Companies House rejects 800 company names: Guide to naming your...

When it comes to starting a business, one of the most challenging but interesting tasks you must carry out is finding the right name. However,...

Emma Reynolds

Paralegal, Commercial & Corporate
Commercial Property | 12th August 2021

The Zero Carbon Office

With recent reports warning that temperatures in the UK could regularly top 40 degrees within the next decade, climate change has never been more important...

Tamzin Mandelli

Partner, Commercial Property
Dispute Resolution, Employment | 10th August 2021

Too much Too soon?

Employees and Employers have all faced unprecedented challenges this past 18 months due to the pandemic. As our so called “normal working lives” resume, how...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Personal Injury | 6th August 2021

Where can you Legally use Electric Scooters, Micro Bikes, and...

With the UK waiting in anticipation for the summer weather to return, many people want to use this opportunity to get outside in new and...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence

Sun glimmers on the horizon for leaseholders

Change is in sight for buyers of new leasehold properties, with the passage through Parliament of a bill that will see the ending of ground...

Lewis Myatt

Solicitor, Leasehold Enfranchisement
Dispute Resolution | 29th July 2021

Neighbour disputes – what exactly are they?

Disputes between neighbours can be difficult to deal with. They can often be fuelled with emotions and based on staunch principles. One of the key...

Lucy Penfold

Senior Solicitor, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution, Employment | 22nd July 2021

Flexible working – the debate continues

The effect of the pandemic has made businesses think more carefully about the issues surrounding the obligation to work flexibly.  An important ruling in the...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator